| Driver Training – General Oilfield Driver Improvement
one-day course is intended for oilfield truck drivers operating vehicles with
GVW of 4500 kilograms and over. It is approved and certified by Enform,
which is the training certification and health and safety services arm of the
upstream petroleum industry, owned, directed and partially funded by six
upstream petroleum industry trade associations.
First Aid CPR C
course covers the skills needed to recognize and provide intervention for
life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives.
First Aid CPR C / AED
course covers skills in Emergency First Aid plus first aid for other injuries
and illnesses including head and spinal injuries, fractures of the upper and
lower limbs, including Level C CPR training and certification (Adult, Child,
Infant, and 2-rescuer resuscitation) and AED training and certification.
Disturbance Level 101
course is designed for anyone who may be required to undertake, plan or
supervise excavating and trenching operations. It is also used by any
individual working in proximity to a ground disturbance. Emphasis is placed on
recognizing hazards, and knowing when to stop work and inform the supervisor
for further assessment. Participants are able to explain what a ground
disturbance is, when and why common hits occur, define what a Code of Practice
is and why there is the need for one. Participants are always under the direct
guidance of Ground Disturbance Supervisory Level 201.
Disturbance Supervisory Level 201
course is designed for any party that is supervising a ground disturbance,
independently performing a ground disturbance, or issuing and receiving ground
disturbance permits. The program ensures that personnel are familiar with, and
fully understand, all the regulations and variances involved when a ground
disturbance takes place. Participants learn how to clarify sources when
searching for underground facilities, provide notification to the facility
owner and receive owner notification. Participants gain an understanding of the
necessary approvals/crossing agreements and regulations necessary before
creating a ground disturbance.
course is designed for personnel working with or near flammable substances in
the oil and gas industry. The primary focus is to safely monitor and control
these substances. The course includes an introduction to flammable substances,
principles of flammable gas/vapour detection, care and preparation of
combustible gas monitors, interpreting combustible gas readings, and control
course designed to educate the individual who may be required to work in
confined spaces. Participants will learn to recognize what a confined space is,
entry hazards, and the safe work practices and procedures required to protect
personnel and prevent the loss of production and/or property.
course is designed to give the recipients an understanding of working with fall
protection equipment, knowing how to select and use appropriate fall protection
systems to protect a variety of different fall hazards.
Hazardous Materials Information System require that every person in Canada who
handles or works in proximity to controlled chemicals be trained and certified.
of Dangerous Goods regulations require that, with few exceptions, every person
engaged in the handling, offering for transport or transporting of dangerous
goods be trained in the area of handling such goods.
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) provides information
about many hazardous materials used in the workplace. WHMIS calls these
hazardous materials controlled products. Under WHMIS, workers have the
right to receive information about each controlled product they use---its
identity, hazards, and safety precautions.
Safety is Everyone's Responsibility and with the new Regulations it is required
that all employers must do a Hazard Assessment of their workplace; whether that
area is a computer lab, a laboratory, or a field area. After you have
determined what the hazards are, you need to take the necessary steps to either
eliminate or control the hazards.
/ Accident Investigation
and accidents hurt people, damage property, interfere with work and reduce
profit. Learn how to investigate incidents and accidents in order to prevent
them from recurring, and turn negative situations into positive learning
Assessment / INC / ACC Investigation
course is both the Hazard Assessment and Incident / Accident Investigation
courses combined into one class.
Safety Training (PST) is a safety orientation program which many oil
companies require as the minimum acceptable safety training to access their
sites. / Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) provides the basic for
safety in construction work. It provides an excellent introduction to safe
practices on the job site and is a great safety training tool for new younger
workers and for experienced workers.